A paper just published in the British Journal of Surgery (Oxford) sourced innovative data from Dimensions AI, a large linked scientific publications dataset, and NamSor, our name gender classification tool, to explore the current state of gender diversity in global surgery – based on the top 1000 most published researchers.
New research used NamSor Gender API to allocate likely gender to authors in The Lancet Global Health scientific journal. Findings
A new research by Elsevier used NamSor Gender API along with other methods, to provide an analysis of research performance through
Yvonne Mburu is a scientist from Kenya and founder of Med in Africa. She wants to create a global network of African scientists and health professionals to tackle the cultural biases that affect the visibility of African science.
Last week, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada took place CSPC2015 – a symposium to discuss the topic of diaspora scientists and
1. Some leaders are born women
2. Iranian Diaspora : Human talent cannot be confined
3. Do social good, but make a ####load of money too!
The IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence is an international institutional non-profit association of ranking organizations, universities and other
Our friend Tania Vichnevskaia of the French National Institute for Health (INSERM) presented the paper ‘Applying onomastics to scientometrics‘ yesterday
Elian CARSENAT, NamSor Applied Onomastics Dr. Evgeny Shokhenmayer, e-onomastics Abstract This project involves the analysis of about over ten million
[read the FULL PAPER : ‘Measuring cultural biases in medical research‘] [in French] Every now and then we hear stories